Kenny Fu

Concert Pianist

Kenny Fu

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From his early solo debut at the Wigmore Hall to his attainment of the prestigious Sir Elton John Scholarship, Kenny Fu holds much potential and promise for a bright future.

He has given concerts on three continents and performed extensively throughout UK which include distinguished halls such as the St Martin-in-the-Fields, Kings Place, Wigmore Hall, Assembly Hall and Fazioli Concert Hall.

His repertoire choices gravitate toward the late Classical and Romantic Eras where he brings an intense and captivating temperament to the works of Beethoven, Brahms and Rachmaninov.

Kenny was a semi-finalist at the Sussex International Piano competition. During his earlier years he was the winner of the Solihull Young Musician of the Year and a Quarter Finalist at the BBC Young Musician of the Year. His reputation as a musician has also extended internationally where he was a silver medalist at the Cyprus International Piano Competition and a semifinalist in the Brescia International Piano Competition.

He has also received guidance from numerous esteemed musicians such as Dimitri Alexeev, Pascal Devoyon, Imogen Cooper, Bernard d’Ascoli and Angela Hewitt.

Kenny is looking forward to his Postgraduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music under the tutelage of Professor Tatiana Sarkissova. He is also the recipient of the ‘Myra Hess’ award from Help Musicians UK and is also sponsored by the Warwick Arts fund.


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Chopin – Nocturne in D flat major Op.27 No.2 (Kenny Fu)
Prokofiev – Amoroso Op.102 no.6 (Kenny Fu)
Prokofiev – ‘March’ from the Love for three oranges , op 33 (Kenny Fu)


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